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The new depth chart is out!

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The newest depth chart has been released. Check it out in all its glory:


Tight end
Jordan Aumiller
Anthony Kendrick
Steven Borden

Left tackle
Darrian Miller
Jon Toth

Left guard
Zach West
Teven Eatmon-Nared

Jon Toth
Zach Myers
Max Godby

Right guard
Kevin Mitchell
Jack Gruenschlaeger

Right tackle
Jordan Swindle
Shaquille Love

Wide receiver
Demarco Robinson
Jeff Badet

Wide receiver
Ryan Timmons
Daryl Collins
Ronnie Shields

Wide receiver
Javess Blue
Alexander Montgomery
A.J. Legree

Maxwell Smith
Jalen Whitlow

D.J. Warren
Cody Jones

Running back
Raymond Sanders
Jonathan George
Jojo Kemp


Defensive end
Alvin Dupree
Jason Hatcher

Defensive tackle
Donte Rumph
Tristian Johnson

Defensive tackle
Mister Cobble
Mike Douglas
Christian Coleman

Defensive end
Za’Darius Smith
Farrington Huguenin
Alvin Davis

Strong-side linebacker
Kory Brown
Josh Forrest
Malcolm McDuffen

Middle linebacker
Avery Williamson
Miles Simpson

Weak-side linebacker
TraVaughn Paschal
Khalid Henderson

Blake McClain
Marcus McWilson

Nate Willis
Cody Quinn

Ashely Lowery
Glenn Faulkner

Eric Dixon
Daron Blaylock

Fred Tiller
Jaleel Hytchye

Special teams

Kelly Mason
Kyle Budde

Jared Leet
Landon Foster

Joe Mansour
Austin MacGinnis

Landon Foster
Joe Mansour

Kickoff returner
Raymond Sanders
Demarco Robinson
Dyshawn Mobley
Daryl Collins

Punt returner
Demarco Robinson
Daryl Collins
Javess Blue

A few things that jump out:

Demarco Robinson remains atop the chart at punt returner, which is a comforting sign after his injury on the opening kickoff of the game Saturday. Hopefully we’ll hear more on his status during today’s press conference.

Kory Brown is back on the depth chart at number one at strong-side linebacker

Nate Willis has moved to number one at cornerback after a good game on Saturday. Cody Quinn is now number two.

Nick Roush will be by soon with a full recap.

Article written by Mrs. Tyler Thompson

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10 Comments for The new depth chart is out!

  1. Boogie
    12:06 pm September 9, 2013 Permalink

    We need new defensive tackles so bad. I’ve been waiting for mister cobble to graduate for 3 years now.

  2. Jeffrey
    12:08 pm September 9, 2013 Permalink

    It appears we have a three headed beast at RB.

  3. cracka
    12:28 pm September 9, 2013 Permalink

    what jumped out to me is that timmons passed collins after 2 games … i love watching timmons

    it’s also nice to see mcwilson’s name on here

    i think kemp will pass george, he runs hungry

    NO PICKS in 2 games, keep it up fellas!

    12:34 pm September 9, 2013 Permalink

    1. Cobble has been double teamed both games for most of the game.

    Not to mention Stoops Defensive schemes does not put emphasis on pressure up the middle. He wants the tackles to take up as many people as possible hold the lanes, freeing up DE, and LB’s to get pressure and stop the run.

  5. LT
    12:56 pm September 9, 2013 Permalink

    I know the coaches know what’s best, but man I’d love to see Timmons get a chance to return some punts!

  6. Love the chart
    1:03 pm September 9, 2013 Permalink

    Punt return team looks strong. Totally agree of keeping Collins and Blue there, especially after their performance Saturday.

  7. Thomas
    1:10 pm September 9, 2013 Permalink

    I’m saying the BBN is about to understand why Loserville didn’t recuit the skills freshman.

  8. JohnnyCrossEyes
    1:32 pm September 9, 2013 Permalink

    1200 seats available on Stub Hub ,most are selling less than face value. Don’t let the Dirty Birds take over our stadium !!!!

  9. Turntable
    1:59 pm September 9, 2013 Permalink

    Where is Tyler Robinson?

  10. Strategy
    2:02 pm September 9, 2013 Permalink

    Where is Tim Couch, Craig Yeast, James Whalen, Jacob Tamme, Artose Pinner, Stevie Johnson, Winston Guy, Wesley Woodyard, Danny Trevathan?